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In Their Own Words: - The Impact of Invasive Species on

16 May 2024

ISCBC coordinates the charity and non-profit society making a difference Indigenous Invasive Species Network to support in the lives of people across British Columbia by communication and knowledge exchange on helping diverse parties work together to stop the invasive species prevention and management spread of invasive species. [...] Representative: Tracy Wimbush, Nicola Watershed Stewardship The Coldwater River and the Nicola River are and Fisheries Authority Department Manager the spawning grounds and incubation areas for young salmon and fish species in Nlaka’pamux Invasive Species of Concern: traditional territories. [...] probably one of the most powerful School, community, and youth volunteer ways that we can stop the invasion programs and summer camp sessions have of invasive species and that we been delivered to hundreds of Indigenous youth can preserve our native species across BC through community partnerships and culturally important species for over the past decade. [...] The inclusion of the Upper and Lower Nicola Indian Bands) Indigenous traditional ecological knowledge shared their experiences of the impacts of of native and invasive species, ecological invasive species on species at risk and culturally stewardship, and invasive species management significant species. [...] All BC The scope of this literature review was limited Blue and Red listed species were downloaded by species that have documented use by BC from the BC Species & Ecosystems Explorer, and Indigenous groups, are species at risk, and have were cross referenced with the list of culturally known invasive species impacts in scientific significant species.
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